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Investment Information

A wide array of core investment options is available through your Plan. Each option is explained in further detail below. For more investment option information, visit the "Contact Us" page.

CCOERA 401(a) Fund Overview – Provides the investment objective, holdings, a breakdown of the fund's assets by industry, the risk level and the fund manager for each of your available investment options.

CCOERA 457 Fund Overview – Provides the investment objective, holdings, a breakdown of the fund's assets by industry, the risk level and the fund manager for each of your available investment options.

CCOERA 401(a) Online Prospectuses – The most up-to-date regulatory documents associated with your Plan, including fund prospectuses, annual reports and semi-annual reports.

CCOERA 457 Online Prospectuses – The most up-to-date regulatory documents associated with your Plan, including fund prospectuses, annual reports and semi-annual reports.

A prospectus is only available for registered investment options in your plan's core investment lineup. For information regarding unregistered investment options, please refer to the fund overview sheet.

Your Plan offers access to three different levels of investment advisory tools and services called Empower Retirement Advisory Services (Advisory Services), offered by Advised Assets Group, LLC (AAG), a registered investment adviser. You can have AAG manage your retirement account for you through the Managed Account service. Or if you prefer to manage your retirement account on your own, you can use the Online Investment Guidance tool and the Online Investment Advice service. Advisory Services provide a retirement strategy based on your investment goals, time horizon and tolerance for risk.


There is no guarantee that participation in any of the advisory services will result in a profit or that the account will outperform a self-managed portfolio invested without assistance.


What fees do I pay to participate in Advisory Services?
While there is no cost to use Online Investment Guidance, there is a $25 annual fee, assessed at $6.25 quarterly, for Online Investment Advice. If you choose to have AAG manage your account for you, the annual Managed Account service fee will be based on a percentage of your account balance, as follows:

 

Participant Account Balance
Annual Managed Account Service Fee
Less than $100,000
0.45%
Next $150,000
0.35%
Next $150,000
0.25%
Greater than $400,000
0.15%


Please note that the Managed Account service fee is typically listed as an annual fee, but the fee is assessed quarterly. For example, if your account balance is $50,000, the maximum annual fee will be 0.45% of the account balance. If your account balance is $500,000, the first $100,000 will be subject to a maximum annual fee of 0.45%; the next $150,000 will be subject to a maximum annual fee of 0.35%; the next $150,000 will be subject to a maximum annual fee of 0.25%; and any amounts over $400,000 will be subject to a maximum annual fee of 0.15%.



How can I get assistance with a retirement income strategy?
When you participate in any of the Advisory Services options (Online Investment Guidance, Online Investment Advice or the Managed Account service), you are provided with the added benefit of Spend-Down Advice at no additional charge, which helps you determine how much to withdraw from each of your retirement accounts each year during retirement.


How do I enroll in Advisory Services?
Log in to this website and select Advisory Services, or call the voice response system toll free at (800) 701-8255 for more information. Please note that enrollment is not required for Online Investment Guidance. It is available to use at no additional cost.


Empower Retirement Advisory Services are offered by Advised Assets Group, LLC, a registered investment adviser and wholly owned subsidiary of Great-West Life & Annuity Insurance Company.

What is a Self-Directed Brokerage Account?

A Self-Directed Brokerage Account (SDBA) allows you to select from numerous mutual funds and other types of securities, such as stocks and bonds, outside of the Plan's core investment options for an additional fee or fees. These securities are not offered through Empower Retirement.


For whom is this investment option appropriate?

The SDBA is for knowledgeable investors who acknowledge and understand the risks associated with many of the investments contained in the SDBA. By utilizing the account, you acknowledge that none of the available options in the SDBA have been reviewed for suitability by your employer, Plan sponsor, SDBA Provider, or Empower Retirement. You are solely responsible for determining the suitability of the investments that are available in the SDBA. You agree to fully indemnify and hold harmless your employer, Plan sponsor, SDBA Provider, Empower Retirement, and any and all service providers to the Plan against any claims, damages or other causes of actions which may arise as a result of any negative consequences resulting from using the SDBA. Before investing, investors should carefully consider a fund's investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. Fund prospectuses contain this and other important information, and may be obtained by contacting your SDBA Provider. Investors should read prospectuses carefully before investing.


How do I get started?

Log in to your account and click on the "Investments" tile and then "Self-Directed Accounts" and complete the enrollment process online. Once the SDBA has been established, you will receive a welcome kit from your SDBA Provider. If you need to enroll in your Plan, go to the Enroll Now page for instructions.

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